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Not all men: Why does #MeToo make some men angry?
Make It Our Business Training June 6th and 7th
5 Ways To Support Native Moms On International Women's Day
Sask. sexual violence survivors to get access to free legal advice
Domestic Abuser Given Absolute Discharge Claims His Ex-Girlfriend ‘Just Wanted Attention’
Saskatchewan explores new law that could warn victims of partners’ violent past
Upcoming Webinar - Mandatory Charging Research Project: Presentation of the Public Report
Purple Posse and Safety Card Success in Kingston Area!
OAITH – Femicide List 2016
Cut It Out Campaign trains stylists to recognize, respond to domestic abuse

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Supporting moms in domestic abuse situations

Mother and daughter

“She’s the glue that holds us together.” It’s not uncommon to hear these words spoken about moms, both young and old. When it comes to the family system, the reality is that many times, moms are the one who keep the day-to-day dealings of the family running smoothly. The physical and mental workload of raising a family is big, and moms are often responsible for much of it. But what if mom doesn’t have anyone looking out for her own well-being? Worse yet, what if the mom is being abused?

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